A splendid instance of Harper Lee’s fine word-crafting, a literary gem and a beautiful novel of childhood: To Kill a Mockingbird takes us to spend the summers at the ‘tired old town’ of Maycomb County of Alabama with a pair of a mischievous brother-sister duo, Jem, and Scout.
The story of a father and daughter whose relation takes a toll when they spend a day at a village they have never been to before.
A lovely snowy evening, the narrator stops by a woods to see and experience the beautiful view. A poem by Robert Frost, "Stopping by Woods on a Snowy Evening" was published in 1923 in his New Hampshire volume.
A snake charmer's magical flute call trying to lure the snake to come out of its burrow is beautifully written as a poem by the Nightingale of India, Sarojini Naidu.
The festival that has a great history has been taught and talked about hundreds and thousands of times, yet it has got many interesting facts that you probably didn't know till date and might just find out a few by the time you finish reading this article.
Oliver finds blood everywhere as he enters his house. Is there a ghost in his house? Or a murderer?